Music labels are bombarded by demos, more than they possibly can ever listen to. Sometimes a few demos rise above the onslaught and demonstrate originality and hold your attention. But a small label can't release everything on a CD. So what does one do with the good music that one gets and can't afford to release?
Date 2004-00-00 00:00:00Source zeromoon.comRun time 22 minutesLabel / Recorded by Tube Alloys
Tube Alloys is a project by Zan Hoffman (zh27.org) and Jeff Surak that combines, smelts, and delivers a new work derived from the best parts of some very good demos. Original material was provided by Alessandro Bosetti/Chris Forsyth (USA), Kuorinki (Finland), Fabio Selvafiorita (Italy), Jacob Ludvigsen (Denmark), and Palsecam (Poland). The sources were choosen and edited by Surak and processed by Hoffman. The result? Tube Alloys.
July 31, 2005
i've heard this many times before, and this is an excellent rendition
June 14, 2005
... escaping and improbable music weaved from the most thin sounds, rustles and breath of time....
The highest recommendation!!!